Bill Withers – Grandmas Hands Chords

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Grandmas Hands Chords

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Grandma’s hands
Clapped in church on Sunday morning

Grandma’s hands
Played a tambourine so well

Grandma’s hands
Used to issue out a warning

She’d say, ”Billy don’t you run so fast
Might fall on a piece of glass
”Might be snakes there in that grass”
Grandma’s hands

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Grandmas Hands Song Info

Artist and Song: Bill Withers - Grandmas Hands
Album: Just As I Am
Genre: R&B, Soul
Year: 1971
Difficulty: Moderate
Tuning: G C E A
Key: Em
Chords: [Em], [B7]
Strumming: D - U - D - U

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Chords & Strumming Pattern of Bill Withers - Grandmas Hands

Grandmas Hands is a song by R&B, Soul artist Bill Withers. It was released in 1971 on the album, titled "Just As I Am". D - U - D - U is the suggested strumming pattern for Grandmas Hands. [Em], [B7] are the guitar chords for playing Grandmas Hands with the original key (Em) on guitar.

Who Sings Grandmas Hands?

Grandmas Hands is a song by Bill Withers. It was first released on their "Just As I Am" album in 1971.

What Are The Guitar Chords Of Grandmas Hands?

In order to play the song Grandmas Hands on the guitar, you will need to use [Em], [B7] chords in order to play in original key (Em).

How Do You Strum Grandmas Hands On Guitar?

Grandmas Hands strumming pattern is D - U - D - U. For those who find the suggested pattern too complex, an alternative pattern is D (down) strumming.